Welcome to Sunnyside Lodges

If you are looking for glamping lodges in Scotland, then it’s Sunnyside up!

Three luxury lodges, all with relaxing hot tubs, are waiting in the picturesque Nith Valley close to the border of Dumfries and Galloway and Ayrshire in south west Scotland.

Sunnyside’s hand crafted, innovative and compact glamping pods, ideal for short breaks or longer stays, command panoramic views across arable farmlands nestling in the rolling Lowther Hills.

It’s a perfect spot for the rambler, walker or nature lover.

Of course, Sunnyside Lodges are also ideal for those who simply want to get away from the stresses and strains of modern day life.  You can sit back and relax, drinking in the peace and quiet of the Scottish countryside…from the soothing comfort of the hot tub, if you wish.

Sunnyside Lodges, which sleep four and are fitted out to luxury standards, sit just a couple of miles from the  former mining town of Sanquhar alongside an ancient route north – now the A76 trunk road – regularly travelled by Scottish heroes like William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and, especially, national bard Robert Burns, the man celebrated in almost every country in the world, who wrote Auld Lang Syne.

Five minutes from the banks of the River Nith, home to Scottish salmon, also make the lodges an attractive prospect for fishermen.

For those who simply want to spend their time exploring the surrounding countryside, there is always the opportunity of joining the Southern Upland Way, the 200 mile plus walk connecting the Solway at Port Patrick with the North Sea at Cockburnspath, which is close by.

 This is just a snapshot of what puts Sunnyside at the heart of an amazing part of Dumfries and Galloway, ripe for the adventurer to explore, the family to have a great time or simply for those who wish to relax and enjoy.  Pets, horses and ponies are welcome. Stables are available.

Our Cabins

View our luxury cabins and their facilities.

Local Information

We are situated in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway close to many popular attractions.

Horses & Ponies welcome

Why not bring your horse or pony, stables are available.